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Lead Daily Pioneer-Tihes. The K.! i ;KU 2r.ll. YKAI." i.i;ad. At HILLS I, W. The Public Benefited. Il.'if-'cr is on .tuntly luaku : 11 pi 1 1 siirih' l.iii- of miT h.i:: J. A 'llCW.i" V, ii". -: mil.. aial .,..inii int.- ni'i w -, lathi-h- .1 i ili" -lHir. i',..-i .hni.ii Hi.!. (iimiiiiiiii"ii - ,,i s :.n .i ili. S.iiiday m hnol .; i. in. t'lioi.U eeii.-.ong .it 7:4.".. tol-li.ui .l by holy ciriimuriinii. S.-rnion. origin on Tins Continent of Thanks-Luini; Day." tleo ! Ware Kei-tor. Unusually Interesting Are Our COUPDEriAINj i 1 I 2 3 4 ! 5 6 17 8 9L O : ivor 1 1 a i : li;ai;m:d m ? OUR COST MARK disc carricil liy his immense t-stabli-1. tiicnt, and his natrons can Rain It"-advantage in th: low priics offi-nl upon these o casions liy watching Ins announ ernents in his regular space in this paper. The past week he has been Kivinj? flattering bargains in fm and cloaks, and this week he will make a special sale upon boys and youths' suits. Suits that formerh sold at 'i.UO will he marked down tn !T,c; while others that t-olil for $Oim will be marked down to Iti.fJO. The.--only Kive an idea of the bargains In will offer and by reading hia an noiincement in our next issue mi will see where it will be to your in Today's serir.-s at the First Hap-1 1 t church are at tli" usual hours. In the iiiorning Mrs. Wonn-ldorf will use a- a theme " And I'cter ' In the ",.ning "Human Nature Over the t'liimter ." All are inviti-d to attend. The i lion- will sing t he ant h.-iu. "I Will lsless the I. mil. for the evening and Mr. Neat oil has the lieautiful ,iiil, ' ( 'onie I 'It o Me." And we have learned that wo con not soil Cloth in; I in ;i Hiusornont Milliner, Readytowear, Cloak Departments Inst Now. Iaci-vi Iii ii;-, lcJ'l for late Fall ami Wind-i- ti-,h is liet-f, ami in ;t humlaiitv. Kliant sliowin of U;tls, (ho very latest in Suits, iiohhiest of r.ie,, utttl i'm.tvI hiii", for itil'Js ami infants w.mi IN. terest to call at J. A. llerger's Ix'f' buying. ( 'ei i ill ge Urns . who ha e the roll-iti. i,t for putting mi the ashestiis roof ,t:' el the ii. -u- hotel. Iiae a Ion e at ! wnlk .MI'I ale lll.lklll good progress I'll, t iii . a I nhl -on of M r and M to!, i; I . i '. t. : .-on . ol T.-rra lib 'i. : ! : -i Tli.i! -day .1 - biiiM-il Sunt ' .-! . I,- i' e -I. a.hil : come and ;i:t dui: clotiiinc. at cost l MARK. The Sewer Progress. The brick work upon the main m . er has heen i oninlet i il . and about t. a more davs will see the large pipnnr which limine Is ;il tli" uppi-r end hi I loims a fiait of tin mail sewir. a! ompl.'ted. Tin 'e It a meat allium, of woi K vet lo be done upon the s' si iei t s and ;.l!i s. '! ! nuO-foot I t ha : b. . n i .iii!.b l"d lin . be I. el a I'll Ml b- lilii. iie.i I.) . I t t ill K In i i -, 1 1 h i n e n ii- Dry Goods ICHASES WHEPC THEY SELL C'ISAP And I adics Furnishings .1 b V. 'lite Hi; ni.li! n a -i w s are w It vvi'l 5no. 5 East Main Street, Knot able !l .1- tile . 11 . !:.-li. d noi la 1 1 1; i ! ' e.-, ,.,i. . has b- . a i v th" . onti.n !. ri lire i til a I i v II r I ' lilt ; (teat, length .- s V, ot t tint Ml I he S.l III i ti ',i i . hi -lit s yiiH cannot, fail In In- inii-t. out showing oi iu;i:ss ;M))S ami TUlal, M l !S. IN DFW WKA K ami 1 1 1 S 1 1 : i; V. ( t )( KH:i:o.s, ami notions, 'a i; i 1 kts, i:i ; TOUTS. r.LANKTTS ami V IMA I N S It will uty yon to visit lS. litti.-li I he i out rai t. - o - School Board Meeting. The regular meeting of tin- I.. ., I school board occurred I'riday evening i n Ins field of practice, ami will soon establish certain days in eai h month when be will visit the surrounding !ilies. Spcarlisb. Whitewood and I other localities lying adjacent to the thi I , r I .'. ' 1 I I : I t labiig M I II - 'l.e:- - '!.! I iii t v'!l l'.i oil I . . W.-r I Kvet, r. N. V.. w I" re lu u ,i. has I., . n v . il in : u it h t I a 1 1 v. - tn- "la I v i ! s Mi, M a -. i i ! I ... i i iu pa n ' I ii't- baud la.n,, , Want . .1 -At "tn . a past i . ook a! t Me -llostoii ('oft,.,, house. Mill street Lead. 1 2-2-tf Wanted! Wanted! J. P. Smith, m:. cessor to Itoacy & Vnn Brick Store Dreaded Disease Stamped Out. Those who have been held at pest house No. 2 for being exposed to the cases of smallpox, itch or whatever the disease is, have been released. Sherman Reese, the man who was first affected with the disease, has almost entirely recovered. The report that his wife had contracted the disease was wrong, for she has not. altho she attended her husband thru his sickuess. Messrs. Atwood anil I)e-neen, tho two suspects who did contract the disease, and who were removed to pest house No. I, are getting along nicfly and will soon have recovered, for they only suffered a light attack. The prompt action of the ' authorities, particularly Mayor Abt, Health Ofticer .ludd and Chief Hills will he visited at regular intervals, and these plates may feel grateful that they are to he thus favored, for Doctor Morton is a man who can be recommended as a first class occu list. His practice is limited to the eye. ear. nose and throat, and in these special lines he is thoro a ltd efficient. He has never made a practice of traveling over! he country, and the field he will visit will be to the accommodation of the residents of the respective loialities, for the doctor realizes that, it. is a great expense to make many journeys from these outside places to Lead by so many, and that il will make the cost of treatment to I with Messrs. O'liiitn. Fell. Ferguson I Freeman and Smead present. Minutes of the last meeting were read ant a pproved. Tuition receipts tor I he month were reported in the neat sum ol $ni.r0, as paid by non resident pupils attending Lead schools. Hills were I audited and allowed in the .sum of $-)!i:i.2l. - It was agreed that the holiday v.n.i-tion should hist from Do i mhei L'J to low absent teachers full pay less fl .'miliary li. Th" old resolution to a' ' paid to substitutes. was. rescind --i. The board adjourned. - - - Holiday Presents. j Wolff Fink, the I, a.iing j.-welei ol j Lead, has this vear made greater preparations for the holiday trade ' lead, s. D Smith, will pay tliq highest, jiri'-o for Second- and Furniture, Etc Wlii n you are buying anil want bargains, call at his place of business, just above Miners' Union blork. Main street. LEAD. SOUTH DAKOTA. his patients- inui 1. less, and add but little to his. He expects to go over to Spearfish next Monday. Green la taking measures to stain; out the disease, are entitled to much credit. Altho considerable expense was gone to in the building pest bouses, etc., the public is a unit in sanctioning their course and believe that a stitch in time saves nine, and this case Is no exception. Steve Zerega ..Insurance.. Want-, to sco you when you ireH than ever before and has a large stock of the finest jeweliy. His line of diamonds, watches, jewelry, hand painted -unaware, cut glass and silverware has no equal in the city, and his prices are the lowest, for the best material. He also offers as a present a ladies' gold watch and a diamond ring. With every $1 purchase he gives a ticket which entitles the pur chaser to a chance in the above presents. His store is at the old stand, on Mill street, and he invites all to come and see his stock before purchasing. No trouble to show goods. tf Harney Corrigan of Atkinson. Neb. a brother of Joe - Corrigan, of Load, is in the city visiting. He has suf fered a long spell of sickness, and thought a trip into the Hills might prove beneficial. o- The ladies of the Presbyterian church will hold a bazaar and supper next Tuesday evening, the 4th inst., at Society hall. Supper will be served from 5 o'clock on. The ladies are working industriously to make the bazaar a big success, and will undoubtedly acoomlpllsh their endeavor. " GESKEY AMONAHAN V, Extending the Field. Lead is keeping pace with the times In all lines of professions, as well as the way of building improvements. Among the wide awake and progressive professional men is Rush K. Mot ton, who. altho he has been a resident of this city less than a year, has established a profitable business and gained a reputation as the best and most scientific and well posted list that has . ever located here, and be is recognized by this class of professional men thruout the Hills. But he Is a progress! v man and intent on doing all the good he can for suffering humanity. He has decided to wid- :i:S:88:!B:8:S8: 8:S:S8:88:S:S:S:S8 ::88:88:8:S:S:8:8: S:S:S:!S:S:S:frS: in search of WINES. LIQUORS. ORCICARS And If yon knew his price on these goods, you would want to see him. I've Got It! You want It Let's Get Together. Yours for business, STEVE. Alex, rtoso uiaica a 1 A -I .V,-- nt an Vltld (fid irwa huu buiuuucij v. j . Orden Henry Schnitzels assay office and laboratory is loc&ted in the basement of Faust's new block, Iad, and he ia prepared to fill all orders Id hia line. O li L Ulwco e " " Dr. Mahood's sermon for this morning will be "The Tongue of Honey and Milk." In the evening the theme will be "The Ring and the Book of Browning, or The Choice of a ll.li.J .It nurlo rtt the HiiiA The Rebekah lodge of Lead is preparing to give a ball at Society hall on the evening of the 13th of this month. iualn street. Lead. nnn-n- 88 V, is IF mm S3 is! The Greatest Closing out Sale of Dry Goods, Carpets, Millinery and Furnishing Goods. The greatest the Greatest SACRIFICE of an up-to-date stock ever seen in the Blaek Hills. But ss is possible, SALE COMMENCES SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 17. at 9 a.m. ss z at tor what they will bring. At Goods wJir be sold at Cost and less. is 3 Afternoon and Every mm a; Evening at 2 and 7 p. m.: S3 . v - . s .... . .. . .- i. i , , , I ; -. . ' - --, Frpn Pntprtninmpnt nverv nfternoon and eveninfr. -. M. Richardson, the sneciai Town. aaioaman Ani..oinAr will conduct the Sale. Bring your purse, no goods will be charged. Very Truly, . ; Bids uked from u tr&da for tt HENRY MONHEIM stock In whole or la lou to nit. flztorM an laaM. , ,LEAD, S, D.